The retail specialist's stock is up with most of the market on positive China-U.S. trade news -- but it doesn't appear to be material for Tile Shop.
Two high-flying growth stocks and an overlooked retail turnaround make the grade.
Chart Industries is in the driver's seat to profit from one of the biggest global trends in energy.
The provider of natural gas for transportation reported solid second-quarter results, but the market continues to have an unfavorable view of the company.
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Despite big profit growth, shares are down 14% on earnings that failed to meet expectations, and on concerns about its international business.
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Despite relatively solid earnings results from a couple of big names in coal, the market is clearly not optimistic about coal's future.
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Short-selling could have made so-so results seem much worse.
The web-based financial services company continues getting bigger and more diversified.
The manufacturer of green decking has investors excited about the future again.
Weak sales in North America continue to plague the company.
Universal Music Group had a huge first half, sending earnings up more than threefold at the midway point in 2019.
The coffee giant delivered in the areas that management says the company is most focused on.
The hybrid tobacco/real estate company is set to join an S&P index.
The top-10 homebuilder's results indicate there's still strong demand for housing.
A near-doubling of digital sales drove huge profit gains for the fast-casual chain.
The global coffee giant releases its third fiscal quarter results after hours on July 25. Here are the things you'll want to focus on.
The retailer's upscale strategy doesn't appear to be resonating with enough customers.